• Computer Milestones Milestones 

    The Georgia Milestones is a comprehensive summative assessment program that measures how well students have learned the knowledge and skills outlined in the content standards. It is designed to provide information about student achievement and readiness to move on to the next level of learning. While the tests measure each individual student’s mastery of the curriculum during the school year, they also help teachers and schools better understand the impact COVID-19 has had on learning and identify what resources and support our students will need in the coming school year.

     

    Georgia Milestones for Elementary School Students

    Schools administer the Georgia Milestones End of Grade Assessments to students in grades 3-5 to measure achievement in Reading, Language Arts, Mathematics, and Science (Grade 5 only). Testing will be administered over three to five days, depending on the grade level. The testing schedule is determined by your child’s school.

     

    Georgia Milestones for Middle School Students

    Schools administer the Georgia Milestones End of Grade Assessments to students in grades 6-8 to measure achievement in Reading, Language Arts, and Mathematics. Students in 8th grade also are tested in Science and Social Studies. In addition, any student enrolled in Algebra I or Biology is required to take the Georgia Milestones End of Course test. Testing will be administered over multiple days, depending on the grade level. The testing schedule is determined by your student’s school.

     

    Georgia Milestones for High School Students

    Schools administer the Georgia Milestones End of Course Assessments to students in designated courses to measure achievement in English Language Arts, Mathematics, Science, and Social Studies. Courses with an End of Course assessment are Algebra I, Biology, American Literature and Composition (11th Grade), and U.S. History. Testing will be administered over multiple days, depending on the course. The testing schedule is determined by your student’s school.

     

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